163 Main Street, Uddingston, Glasgow. G71n 7BP. Tel: 01698 812762. The Two Chimneys. 2005. This popular bar is situated on the Main Street on the opposite side from Angels. It is mainly a mans pub, very clean and a good pint is served. The gilted cornicing is one of the features of the bar. […]
10 Stirling Street, Glasgow. Four years after the battle of Culloden, and forty years before the great French Revolution, the epochal event in modern history, started the civilised world, a family of the name of Oswald established in Stirling Street, City, a wholesale and retail spirit business. There is not a particle of […]
66 Rutherglen Road corner of 62 Hospital Street, Gorbals, Glasgow. . The Turf Bar, circa 1960s. This old Gorbals pub was around in 1875, one of the first licensee was spirit merchant called James Smith. The tenement building was owned by the Glasgow & South Western Railway Company. In 1893 James Ruthven Douglas was […]
River Clyde in the shadow on the Kingston Bridge. Two waitresses outside the Tuxedo Princess. In 1988 clubbers in Glasgow climbed aboard the Tuxedo Princess for fun, drinks and dancing. It was nicknamed the Love Boat after the U.S. TV drama. The Tuxedo Princess was docked on the River Clyde in the shadow of the […]
Mitchell Street, Glasgow. G The Tunnel. 2007.
352-356 Townmill Road, Dennistoun, Glasgow. Many will remember this old pub as Watery Willies. Over the years this pub was known as The White Brig Vaults, Watery Willies, and The Top of the Town. This history of this old pub can be traced back to 1865 when George Crichton was granted a certificate to […]